Pharmacy Services

Baton Rouge General has a retail pharmacy located on our Bluebonnet campus. As a service to patients, we fill prescriptions and offer a stock of other pharmacy-related items.

  • Most insurance plans accepted.
  • Our prescription co-pays are the same as other pharmacies.
  • Refills are easily transferred to your neighborhood pharmacy.
  • We accept cash, Mastercard, Visa, Discover and American Express.
  • Bluebonnet: 8585 Picardy Ave., Baton Rouge
  • The Corner Pharmacy is conveniently located in the lobby on the first floor near the Gift Shop next to Elevator A.
  • Monday - Friday: 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Rx Hotline: (225) 763-4693

Welcome to Baton Rouge General’s prescription management tool where you can manage your prescriptions, schedule automatic refills and obtain information about your medications. When managing your prescriptions, please remember:
  • Turn on auto fill for new prescriptions you would like automatically refilled as they are due
  • Turn off auto fill for old prescriptions or medications you no longer need
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General Health System Compounding Pharmacy

Hours of Operation:
9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday – Friday

Mid City (in space previously occupied by Employee Pharmacy)

Phone: (225) 387-7627
Fax: (225) 387-7625

The FDA defines compounding as a practice in which a licensed pharmacist or a licensed physician combines, mixes, or alters ingredients of a prescribed drug to create a medication tailored to the needs of an individual patient.
GHS’s compounding pharmacy will provide external, non-sterile compound prescriptions.

Benefits of Compounding for Patients:

  • Provides a particular patient with the exact dose of the medication prescribed.
  • Improves outcomes because the medication is tailored to meet prescriber’s plan for the patient’s medication therapy.
  • Solve unique needs of patients when commercially available drugs cannot. For example:
    • Change of dosage form
    • Change of dose concentration
    • Remove objectionable ingredient found in commercial medication form
    • Replace medications on temporary manufacturer’s back-order
    • Replace medications which are no longer provided in manufactured form.
  • Operates within the TRIAD-OF-CARE, which is the close interaction between patient, prescriber, and pharmacist.